Stories By 'Adarsha Dhakal'
With Rs 2 million top prize at stake, Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) will be seeking revenge against their departmental archrivals Nepal Police Club (NPC) in the title showdown of the country’s highest cash-prized cricket tournament-- PM Cup One-Day National--on Thursday.
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Rajesh Pulami Magar played the best innings in his domestic career handing Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) a four-wicket victory over Western Region in the semi-final of the Prime Minister Cup at the TU grounds on Tuesday.
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Nepali cricket is clearly on a sticky wicket. With the deadline for the Advisory Committee to send a report to the International Cricket Council (ICC) recommending reforms in the sport drawing near, there is a need for the stakeholders to rise above petty interests and make some sacrifices for a game in which the country has tremendous progress in recent years.
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Nepal are making the most of a brief presence of 1996 World Cup winning coach for Sri Lanka, Dav Whatmore, learning the trades of occupying the crease as the team prepares for the upcoming home matches against Kenya.
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Dav Whatmore, the 1996 World Cup winning coach for Sri Lanka, has joined a list of high-profile cricket personalities to be surprised by the progress Nepal has made in world cricket.
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In what could be a big leap towards professionalism in Nepali cricket, the first ever auction of players was held at the national level for the upcoming Dhangadi Premier League (DPL), a Twenty20 tournament modelled on the glitzy and lucrative T20 leagues organised in Test playing nations, including neighbouring India where the games not only draw huge crowds but also offer a solid platform for promising youngsters.
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